Where was Venom: Let There Be Carnage filmed
Filming locations for Tom Hardy’s Venom: Let There Be Carnage was filmed again on location in San Francisco, Atlanta, California, USA.
Palace of Fine Arts - Park
Scene where Eddie is talking to Venom’s liberated pet chickens, Sonny and Cher.
Scene was shot The structure was originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. It was rebuilt in 1965. The most prominent building of the complex, is the open rotunda. It is a 162 feet (49 m) high. On the floor underneath the dome is a plaque for the Lucasfilm Foundation, the charity foundation by Star Wars creator George Lucas. The Palace of Fine Arts is only a 11 minute walk away from the offices of Lucasfilm in San Francisco. Fans of Star Wars do not want to miss the Yoda Fountain which is accessible tot the general public.
GPS: ['37.8020973205566', '-122.447250366211']
Scene where Eddie tries to convince Venom to come out and fight the red Venom.
Scene was shot Grace Cathedral is an Episcopal cathedral on Nob Hill, San Francisco. The parish, which was founded in 1849, lost its previous church building in the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. The parish opened a temporary facility in 1907, raised enough funds to start construction of the present cathedral in 1927, started using it in 1934, and completed final construction in 1964. The cathedral is famed for its mosaics by Jan Henryk De Rosen.
GPS: ['37.7919082641602', '-122.413093566895']
Scene where Eddie does not know how to react when Anne shows her engagement ring in the restaurant.
Scene was shot None
GPS: ['33.7837562561035', '-84.3828048706055']